Chuck Fletcher’s motivation before the trade deadline on April 12 will be affected by the flyers in the next five or six games.
The Flyers general manager said on Saturday afternoon: “We have put ourselves in the position of chasing the playoffs.” “We have time to participate in the meeting again, but it may be understated. This week is a very important week for us. Especially for the next four days.”
On Saturday night, the Flyers lost to the Islanders at the Nassau Veterans Memorial Stadium in a 3-2 shootout, opening this crucial moment.
Sean Couturier, Nolan Patrick, Claude Giroux and Jakub Voracek were rejected in the skill contest Outside the door.
Mathew Barzal entered the shootout alone and won the New York championship.
Grasping a bit is important for flyers. Their next two games are crucial.
“The season is coming soon,”
With 20 games left in the shortened 56 regular season games, the Flyer (17-14-5) is four points behind the Bears, who finished fourth and last place in the Eastern Conference playoffs. . Boston has two games on the flyer, and so far, it has completed all five meetings between the two clubs.
On Monday and Tuesday, even if “Bear” is displayed in the “Score” column, the flyer will have a chance to draw a lottery.
“We are all aware of this,” Fryers’ head coach Alain Vigneault told the club’s position before the game deadline. “I realized this, my staff realized it, and all the players realized it too. We are now in an outside state, we are trying to rejoin the game, and these next games are for Chuck and the management. Responsibilities are obviously crucial. We should play our role in the right way, do the right thing on the ice and win the game.”
The Flyers started the season 3-0-0 against the Islanders (24-10-4), but lost the last three games (0-1-2).
• For the flyer, it may be the biggest storyline to appear on Saturday night: Carter Hart took a look A lot more Like himself.
he is very smart.
After the 22-year-old player went through a small reset that included practice and extra work, Vigneault returned to Hart, his first venture in nine days.
Wignat said of the conversation with Hart before the game: “Obviously it was a discussion between the coach and the goalkeeper, but he looked at me with good eyes, and he said he would be happy to go to the game.”
“If we are to work hard to achieve the impetus of the playoffs, I believe we can do it and enter the playoffs, we need all our top players, all the best performing players to be in the lead in their games and bring Coming to A-game and A-Carter is one of them. We are there. There are 21 games left. We need to maintain the best condition and Carter needs to be one of the players in the best condition.”
Hart entered the game with an average of 4.04 goals, and he made 22 saves, many of which were of high quality. Three-quarters of his performance in the skill competition was denied.
In general, this is huge for him, but for the pilots, the hope of chasing the playoffs is huge.
After the game, Hart said: “I just practice every day, not uting. I just play with the boys, participate in competitions and fights.” “As long as I show up with my helmet and lunch bucket every day, I can go to work.”
New York netizen Ilya Sorokin (Ilya Sorokin) scored 3-0-0 with 89 shots and 93 shots in the last three starts with the Flyers.
• In less than four minutes in the third period, Giroux wiped out New York’s 2-0 lead with an impressive pair of shots.
The 33-year-old captain is a man who is on a mission. Travis Konecny and Voracek recorded assists on both goals.
After the second period, the Islanders led 11-0-1 and narrowed the gap to 12-0-1. It is difficult to play against them from behind.
• The Aviator has trailed multiple targets in 13 of the last 18 games. When the second attempt to clear the area failed, they fell 2-0 in the second stage.
As a result, Balzal dragged the puck onto his stick over time and space. The 23-year-old star of the Islanders found Anthony Beauvillier, who shot the second goal of the game at home and pushed New York to New York with a 2-0 advantage.
• Samuel Morin put down his gloves with Ross Johnston in the first stage.
Later in this period, Morin was whistled and interfered after being severely wounded behind Jean-Gabriel Pageau. After Beauvillier scored an easy goal near the slot machine, New York took advantage of the game’s first powerful play.
The Flyers trailed 1-0 after 20 minutes and did not maintain the lead at the break in the last 10 games. For some reason, the beginning is still problematic.
• In a physical match against Brock Nelson, Philippe Myers awkwardly entered the board in the third stage. He went into the tunnel, but was able to return to the game.
Stay healthy, Robert Hagg practiced (Friday), and it seems to be coming back soon.
• Playing 14 games in his career, Tanner Laczynski won his NHL debut. The 23-year-old center is one of the best forwards in AHL member Lehigh Valley and has scored six goals in his past five games.
In the warm-up match on Saturday night, he participated in the traditional single lap race, setting the fourth line as the center line. He won three games and blocked shots in 8:17 minutes.
• Flyers may be a back-to-back matchup against the Bears. The teams meet at TD Garden (7pm EST/NBCSP) on Monday and at the Wells Fargo Center (7pm EST/NBCSP) on Tuesday.
The NHL transaction deadline is next Monday.
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